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How to Interpolate in Excel

How to Interpolate in Excel

In the world of data analysis, interpolation is a powerful tool that helps estimate values that fall between known data points, often used to fill in gaps, make predictions, and generate more accurate assumptions. Excel offers a suite of functions that can help interpolate data, including LINEST, TREND, and FORECAST. By mastering these functions, data analysts can greatly improve their ability to analyze and derive insights from data sets.

This tutorial demonstrates how to interpolate in Excel, using these Excel functions, to make data analysis more accurate and effective. Whether you're an Excel novice or a seasoned pro, this tutorial provides helpful tips and tricks to elevate your data analysis to the next level.

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